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with two ounces of -- a shock that promises the sustained boost of energy primarily from caffeine. how much caffeine, the bottle doesn't say. the company now says 270 milligrams the same as 16 ounces of coffee or nearly 6 cans of soda. the company's founder say there's no risk to drinking his product. of course you can drink that room temperature shot lot faster. if you do drink too much 5 hour energy, the fda now says it has received reports of 13 death and 33 hospitalizations claiming 5 hour energy was involved. those claims are being investigated at the same time, the fda is look into reports of 5 more deaths linked to monster energy drinks, one of them in hagerstown who died in december of 2011. she was just 14 years old and she had a previous heart condition. her family blamed her death on the 2, 24-ounce monster energy drink. >> people who manage patients with disorders try and advice patients to limit caffeine. caffeine can definitely be a trigger. >> her family is suing the parent company of monster company. those claims of death related to his product have not been proven. abc 2 ne
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